Congress Considers Disclosure Requirement For Stations With Overseas Ties

July 6, 2020

On the heels of a decision by the Federal Communications Commission rejecting a request by a California-based programmer to secure permission to beam Chinese-language programming back into the U.S. from a Mexican AM, a bipartisan effort is underway in Washington to make it more transparent when a foreign actor is involved in operating an American media outlet.

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